Are there any ideas of explaining the time dilatation as limits in "computing power"? What I mean is basically that the greater is a concentrated mass, the harder is to "compute" what happens in such system, because more data needs processing (because e.g. more near positioned mass –> more interactions). The same is for speed: if nature is "computing" then having to establish cause-chain of fast objects is simply more demanding – if the "nature" is somehow limited by a time herself (or maybe because greater velocity implies more interactions). This reminds me physical simulations in ODE, Bullet Physics Engine, or other similar package. If the simulation is too demanding, it will appear slow-motion, but only for an outside spectator.
This creates a possible verification experiment: two setups, each having properties, that make general relativity phenomena expected to occur. Then one of the setups should differ in such a way, that would make it more "difficult", more demanding in "complexity" for the suspected "computing machine", but neutral for general relativity theory.
The question is soft, inspired by many theories that try to explain various general questions in physics.